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The Northern Territory includes more than Alice Springs, Uluru, and Darwin. Which places you should not miss, you will find here. The Northern Territory in Northern Australia covers more than 1,300,000 km² but is one of the regions with the lowest population density in Australia. Nevertheless, many tourists dare to head north. This incredible state has many things to offer and is worth to explore!

Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) is undoubtedly one of Australia's most famous landmarks. At 600 million years old, this big rock stands at 348 meters and is more than 9 km in circumference. A true emblem of the country,...
In Northern Australia, the Northern Territory (NT) covers more than 1,300,000 km². However, in spite of its size, it is also one of the least populated states... But this shouldn't put you off, quite the opposite, the is so much...
Urulu is often considered the burning heart of Australia. It is a beautiful place with great history. You could easily stay a week without realising how much time has passed. But as time is always a limiting factor: here is...
Oh the great Red Centre of Australia - a land of expansive skies, open possibilities, incredible colours and unforgettable adventures! For many, this is perfect road tripping country, one where the expansive landscapes force you to rip...
Two backpackers were 3 days in beautiful Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia. Read on to find out what they discovered, get some tipps and advice and have a look at their beautiful pictures. Wanderlust guaranteed. . We...
Located in the Northern Territory, the heart of the Red Center of Australia, Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a fascinating site that attracts a lot of travelers. This iconic rock is rich in history, secrets...
Litchfield National Park is located in the Northern Territory and is absolutely worth seeing. Unlike the famous Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park is less busy. The biggest advantages: The park is free and it’s safe to go swimming...
Also known as "Ayers Rock" Uluru is a sacred site that belongs to the Anangu Aboriginals in Australia. Even though tourists are allowed to enter the site there are some restrictions when it comes to taking photos or videos....

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